“Finding Bigfoot” finding a way back to television? Did we go to the moon? A world champ says not so. Mountain lion attack turns out to be assault. Looking at the top paranormal stories since 2008. The Top Ten Paranormal News Stories of 2018 continues!
Alien Black Cat on the prowl in Scotland stirs the media. Flashing lights done on in the skies over New Jersey. Who believes in ghosts? New 2018 surveys have arrived. What are you afraid of? Another person arrested for witchcraft.
Whitehall calling Bigfoot. New bird found. Update on animal (re)discovery. Canadian water monster kindly asks Nessie to step aside. Bonfire UFO scares 9 people a day later. Fiery dragon over Argentina! P$ychic $cammer$ $trike again. Killer clowns return for 2018?
DoD admits it was looking for UFOs. California ‘spaced out’ with scene in the sky. A look back at some of the top stories over the years of the Paranormal News Insider leading up to the reveal of the top two stories of the Top Ten Paranormal News Stories of 2017!
Someone else steps forward with the “best evidence ever” of Bigfoot. Strange things (still) “a foot” in British Columbia. NASA’s big announcement revealed. Plus, the Top Ten Paranormal News Stories of 2017 continues with #4 and #3! The Book of the Week, Cryptid Culture issue #7.
Loch Ness Monster is the top mystery in the UK and a boy documents the eighth sighting this year of the beast. MUFON sighting statistics for October. It was bound to happen (again). The Book of the Week, "More Than Ghosts: A Guide to Working Residential Cases in the Paranormal Field", by Alex Matsuo.
Review of Enigmacons at St. Albans Sanatorium in Radford, Virginia. Chicago strange sightings continue. New ghost hunting fad to come? It’s 2016 all over again. Book of the Week, "The Ghosts of St. Albans Sanatorium", by Pat Bussard O'Keefe.
Has anyone seen the Loch Ness Monster? Odds are out that a thylacine is discovered soon and a new finding may help to increase those odds. Owlman taking flight in the windy city? Looking for ghosts in all the wrong places. Troubled star continues to fall. The Book of the Week, "Robert the Doll", by David L. Sloan.